So, what if a global best-selling leadership
guru and one of the top three most successful TED speakers told you to open up – and that
offloading on to those closest to you can actually have a seriously positive
impact on your professional life? Simon Sinek – whose 2009 TED talk explaining
how the world's leading companies share the same thinking patterns amassed 27 million views online – is back for a second ground-breaking discussion,
exploring the power of collaboration.
An Evening Talk with TED Sensation Simon
Sinek, on 4 May, will delve into the logic being behind his
newest book, Together is Better. Too
often, he says, we refuse to accept help even when it is offered, for fear it
will make us look incompetent, or put our jobs at risk. Turning to people we
trust can inspire and encourage us, and ensure we are working at the top of our game:
it’s about time we learnt how to ask for help.
Join Simon at the Emmanuel Centre in
Westminster for a talk that will surely, once again, make TED history. Standard
tickets are £25, and £30 includes a copy of Together
Book now to avoid disappointment.
|What||An Evening Talk with TED Sensation Simon Sinek|
|Where||Emmanuel Centre, SW1P 3DW | MAP|
|Nearest tube||St. James's Park (underground)|
On 04 May 17, 6:45 PM – 8:00 PM
|Price||£25 – £125|
|Website||For booking, click here|